The Taiwanse "girl role guy role" couple?

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Re: The Taiwanse "girl role guy role" couple?

Postby xiao ke ai » 25 Oct 2010, 01:33

Strange that nobody has mentioned that this was the norm for much of 20th Century US lesbian culture.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butch_and_femme#History
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Re: The Taiwanse "girl role guy role" couple?

Postby ws1444124 » 01 Nov 2010, 20:38

yeah...maybe it is a taiwan lesbian culture...
two girls ...one is girly...the other one is boyish...lol
but not always.....i m lesbian...but I do not like that...
so....??
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Re: The Taiwanse "girl role guy role" couple?

Postby Battery9 » 01 Nov 2010, 23:58

Thelonlieste wrote:Er, Divea I think that was Mr Presley's humor.

Tomboy and Pao (wife)? :ponder: Not my field of expertise.

Edit: here you are:

http://www.getyourqueeron.com/celeb-interviews/the-taiwanese-lesbian-scene-tomboy-pao


bwahahahahhaha. Errrr..that was me super disgruntled a couple of years ago! Things have changed a litttttle bit...but mostly still the same.
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